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TEXT SUMMARY morning news
0615 'Get This' news
author: Other Sources
Summary of the KBOO am news for Thursday, June 15th, 2006.
1. The female soldier who went AWOL, turns out - to no one's great surprise - that she was raped. Or as the military puts it, she had "coerced sexual relations with her commanding officers".
2. Maria 'Mother Courage' Cantwell, voted to invade Iraq way back when. Now the Washington Senator wants to send an envoy there to "promote diplomacy". A little late to be promoting diplomacy, isn't it? Even if we could come up with a certified diplomat. (Maybe we could hire a European mercenary diplomat familiar with foreign languages, history and geopolitics... )
3. 'silent' Ted took time out this Spring from his busy campaign schedule to sign a deal with the Grande Ronde tribe to expand their Spirit Mountain casino.
4. Oregon officials say don't swim with the feces. Health advisories for three beaches have been issued: Cannon Beach, Rockaway and D River State Park.
5. In Idaho, the NW Power and Conservation Council has approved spending $2.7 million on hatcheries for endangered sockeye salmon despite a recommendation by a scientific panel to allow the fish to become extinct. A collision involving several very bad ideas.
6. Taken to the cleaners: The California company Vulcan that makes the chemicals used in dry cleaning has to pay the city of Modesto $178 million dollars for the privilege of duping the cleaners and polluting the water supply.
7. Google is working on a secret weapon in its quest for domination of the next generation of internet computing. In the Columbia Gorge, just a bit downriver from Yahoo's and Microsoft's facilities. All secret, all up the river...
8. Utah's governor took time out from promoting the State's place in the 'Global Economy' to pull a government website that is in Spanish. (must be something in the water... )
9. Bush's top speechwriter, advisor and all-round crony, Michael Gerson has just quit, saying he had been thinking about it for quite a while. He'd just been waiting until things in the White House were going smoothly again (How long did you say you were thinking, Mike?) Gerson was the go-to guy for God in Bush's speeches.
10. Bush capped his speech explaining to the American people how it is that we owe it to the Iraqi people to stay the course (Gerson's finest hour, right there) by making mean-spirited fun of a reporter who wore sun glasses to the press conference. Turns out the guy was going blind as a result of an eye disease.
11. Donald Rumsfeld has expelled all independent media journalists from Gitmo. The up side: at least they won't be killed in the bogus "terror" attack that will conveniently wipe out the entire population of very pissed-off prisoners. The down side: no one will report it in the American press.
12. Would You Like to be Fried With That? The army celebrated it 231st birthday by rolling out "first strike" rations for troops.
13. More bad news for Karen Hughes. Turns out her charm has failed to influence global opinion of America. George Bush's six (I know. It seems so much longer... ) has so damaged the nation's image (and don't forget: that's no image; that's the real thing... ) that the rest of the world sees us as a bigger threat to security than Iranian nukes.
14. Representatives of the US conference of Catholic Bishops urged Congress to create a program to give undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship.
15. In Los Angeles, landowner and all-round asshole Ralph Horowitz cut the ribbon on the destruction of the 14-acre inner city garden that has been around forever and has been loved and cared for by about 350 city gardeners. Even Darryl Hannah could persuade Horowitz to stop.
16. The federal government says it will start to demolish some of New Orleans low-income housing to make way for middle class White people (and low class ones like Trent Lott). So far, only 11 hundred been have been allowed to return to their apartments.
17. The US Marine has apologized for the video of himself singing his song that spread it's evil shadow over the internet. (And we persist in wondering why the rest of the world loathes us... ). Corporal Joshua Belile proudly represented his country and the Marines by yowling, "As the bullets began to fly, the blood sprayed from between her eyes, and then I laughed maniacally." Belile also managed to adroitly work in a rape theme and a mockery of the Arabic language, which - I'm guessing - cannot speak (just as well).
18. The father of the Yemeni man who committed suicide at Guantanamo says that his son was murdered. And there may be some truth in that assessment, but you won't be hearing about it in the American media.(see #11 above)
19. Israel says that it has investigated the murder of civilian picnickers on a beach in Gaza and found itself innocent. (The only surprise here is that the Israelis didn't announce that the Palestinian family and their friends, including three children, were suicide bombers and blew themselves up on purpose - the old 'exploding sandwich' trick, no doubt... )).
20. Evo Morales celebrated the 78th anniversary of the birth of Che Guevara by visiting the revolutionary's birth place in the small Bolivian town of La Higuera. (My birthday is the same as Che's; maybe Morales will visit me next year and we can all have a party Party)
21. Four Britons who report that they were tortured in Saudi Arabia have vowed to take their claims for compensation to the European Human Rights court after the House of Lords ruled that foreign states and their officials enjoyed immunity from civil actions - especially if they are located on top of a shitwagon of oil...
22. US troops in Afghanistan are after that pesky Taliban - again.
23. If you need to buy a horrendous amount of bullets, try the central market (or any corner shop, really) in Baghdad. Tell 'em 'George' sent you...
24. Russia, 'the Kursk of the Arctic' is going to build a gigantic floating nuclear reactor and it is going to be floating around in the Arctic. No amount of vodka is going to make this look like a good idea.
25. Three Arab men have asked the Canadian Supreme Court to overturn measures that allow foreign-born "terror" suspects to be held for years without charge.
26. France has tossed 25 people in jail, alleging they are Chechen Islamists who were planning to attack the Eifel tower and other French landmarks.

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